My child turned 18 in July. He needs a heart and kidney transplant. His stepmother wants to discontinue child support and his health insurance, as my child now receives his father's SSI death benefits. He is ineligible to receive Medicare, Medicaid, or SSI disability due to receiving these death... Read more »
Answers assume court order signed in Texas. You have to follow the order. If you have to pay to get the flight arrangements then your spouse does not have to pay what you are obligated to pay for them. But, you have to follow the order in to get possession at the time ordered in the order.
The mother of my child and I went down to the Attorney General office to sign off my backpay and to close the case because our daughter will live with me from now on so out of kindness she agreed to sign off my arrears and no longer wants to receive cs. It's been a week since we've both signed... Read more »
My childs father disappeared after he found out that we had a child (even though we were trying and it was planned). He hasn't changed his mailing address and he is having all of his family refuses any contact with me. I honestly want him to just sign away his rights. I have been seeing someone who... Read more »
The father can certainly give up all of his rights if there is another ready and qualified to adopt. You’ve got a number of steps to follow and because of such you should consult an attorney to assist you. Good luck. 888-343-4529.
I owe her 61000 they say but they been garnishing my check since 1 year after our divorce inv2005.now my county is trying to give me 5 years probation or send me to the pen.to pay it back.im paying 832.16 a month right now.i call childsupport division of Texas and they said they don't have any... Read more »
i do not receive child support for the 2 that live with me. i have tried 2 times to modify my orders with no help. I owe $17,000. I'm very low income, on food stamps and on medicaid. i have an auto immune disease, fibromyolia and a few other problems. my middle child has asthma and my youngest is... Read more »
I have not had my custody case resolved nor have I had a court date since 09/2018. My child went to visit her dad(w/o) a custody agreement 12/2017. He did not return her. I filed a custody case and was able to get a temporary agreement thru mediation- an msa-which expired 08/2018. Unfortunately,... Read more »
This is hearbreaking. You should consult with your family members to seek financial assistance and assert your rights. You need to get involved with the CPS case. Even if you can not get a lawyer you should at least contact CPS to let them know that you need to have information on what is going...Read more »
My ex haven't seen his daughter since she was born I've been trying to tell him to come see her but he won't I told him I'm going to do child support but he said that he is not going to pay? He has two more kids and he pays child support and he see them but I've been trying to get him to see Abby... Read more »
You can not force a parent to visit. You can file for child support and then that person is responsible whether he visits or not. The Attorney General assists with establishing child support orders. Connect with them.
You really need the assistance of an attorney, especially with children being involved. Many attorneys accept credit card payments, which helps make it easier to afford. If you can't afford an attorney, try calling the state bar to inquire about pro bono attorneys in your area. -Homer P. Jordan...Read more »
If your husband has filed for divorce (and especially since you have children) I suggest that you obtain counsel to help you navigate the entire process. It is not just a matter of filling out forms. The divorce decree specifically, is a detailed document that is going to play...Read more »
Gathering all of your evidence about your current income and how it has changed from the intial determination is where you should start. If it has changed substantially then you probably won't be able to stop any increases. In case you have had another child since the initial order be sure to...Read more »
So we had the same address and I always carried my daughter on my insurance. She never asked for support until I stopped paying a loan for her. I gave her support every month through my bank. I live in Texas.
I moved in November 2018 to TX, He still resides in Colorado. He filed this allocation of parental rights in Colorado. And, not knowing if I am an actual Texas resident after 7 months, how do igo about responding to this? do i have to file with Colorado? or does Colorado courts not have any rights... Read more »
It will depend on when the children were moved and when the actual filing was made. Consult a Colorado attorney if case is pending there to respond. In general, the jurisidiction of the court is the one where the child has resided 6 months prior to the filing. After discussing this with a...Read more »
Read the order and make sure you are at the location specified in the order at the time identified in the order. Keep records. Record exchange. Text her that you are present. You can also call police to make a report. If all this fails then take court action by getting an attorney to pursue your...Read more »
I want to take my child with me out of state to my hometown. Husband physically & mentally abused me, and is a veteran with PTSD. I’ve recently made the mistake of turning to narcotics to cope w/the situation & now I’m worried he has better leverage than me. He just broke my phone & physically... Read more »
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